Georgia Bulldogs win against Alabama Crimson Tide

Indianapolis/Munich – The Georgia Bulldogs (#3) are college champions for the third time, for the first time in 41 years.

In the National Championship Game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis against the number one seeded Alabama Crimson Tide, head coach Kirby Smart’s team won 33:18 (6:9).

The Bulldogs lost the SEC Championship Game in early December to the Crimson Tide by 24:41.

Alabama vs. Georgia: spectacle at half time

For a long time the final was a game of kickers, the first touchdown only came in the third quarter.

But then it got wild, the lead changed back and forth several times. One controversial fumble decision against Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett put Alabama in front, but then head coach Nick Saban’s team didn’t do much together.

Unlike the Bulldogs. Bennett first found receiver Adonai Mitchell over 40 yards in the end zone before Zamir White Alabama ran tired – and Bennett struck again: tight end Brock Bowers caught the decisive touchdown about three and a half minutes before the end.

Overall, Bennett had 224 yards and just those two touchdowns. Alabama quarterback Bryce Young, winner of the Heisman Trophy, had 352 passing yards, a touchdown, but also had two interceptions, including a pick-six with a minute remaining.

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